These Awesome Doctors Saved a Baby with Google Cardboard and an iPhone

Here it is: irrefutable proof that we live in the future. When baby Teegan’s parents were told she would not be able to survive due to a severe birth defect in her heart, they requested the help of a brilliant pediatric surgeon who invented a new surgery to save her life (and others with similar conditions) with the help of virtual reality and an iPhone.

This is a great story of how creativity and STEM knowledge can make all the difference.

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